Two Truths and a Lie Idea List for Christmas

Two Truths and a Lie is a super popular ice breaker game for adults in the classroom because it's fast, easy, and needs no preparation, unless you need ideas. That's where we come in. If you suspect your group of participants isn't going to come up with their own fun lies, give them some examples to get their creativity flowing. This list is geared toward the nonsecular holidays.

We have two idea lists for using all year long:

First, here are the printable game instructions: Two Truths and a Lie Ice Breaker for Adults

Why use ice breakers and games in the classroom? There are lots of good reasons. We've listed five for you: 5 Reasons to Use Ice Breakers in the Classroom

Each statement below begins with "I..."

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Secretly knock over snowmen

Snowman - Sam Edwards - OJO Images - GettyImages-102284644
Sam Edwards - OJO Images - GettyImages-102284644

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Am a Scrooge

Robert McNamara, 19th Century History Expert at About.com, has a nice piece on why and how Charles Dickens wrote the classic story of Ebenezer Scrooge: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.

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Dress up as Santa every year

Want to make your own Santa costume? How to Make a Santa Costume, by Rain Blanken, DIY Fashion Expert at About.com.

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Put a decorated tree up in every room of my house

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Caught Mommy kissing Santa Claus

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, by Jimmy Boyd, is No. 35 on the list of the Top 40 Christmas Songs compiled by Robert Fontenot, Oldies Music Expert at About.com.

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Never snooped in the packages under the tree

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Hate shopping

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Love fruitcake

Find fruitcake recipes from Diana Rattray, Southern Food Expert at About.com! There really are people out there who love a nice fruitcake! You might have one in your group. See if they're willing to admit it.

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Always put the wrong tags on packages by mistake

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Sing Christmas carols in my car

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Never give holiday tips

Did you know it's proper etiquette to tip during the holidays? No?

Debby Mayne, Etiquette Expert at About.com, tells you how in her Holiday Gift and Tip Guide. 

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Love aluminum trees

Vintage aluminum Christmas trees are valuable! Barbara Crews,

 

Collectibles Expert at About.com, tells you just how valuable they are in Aluminum Trees, What are they worth?

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Wait until Christmas Eve to shop

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Watch Miracle on 34th Street every year

Laurie Boeder, Classic Movies Expert  at About.com, puts Miracle on 34th Street No. 2 on her list of classic Christmas movies.

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Once petted a real reindeer

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Wear a Santa hat most of the month of December

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Am a Secret Santa to strangers

Secret Santa is a popular game in many companies during the holidays. If you need ideas for other ways to celebrate in the office,

Susan M. Heathfield, Human Resources Expert at About.com, can help: 10 Alternatives to the Office Holiday Party

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Hate holiday cards

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Give only gift certificates so I don't have to wrap anything

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Leave my Christmas tree up all year long

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Start decorating in October

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Have all my shopping done by Thanksgiving

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Never miss the Christmas parade in my town

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Can name all of Santa's reindeer

Espie Estrella, Music Education Expert at About.com, gives us the history behind the popular holiday song, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, including the lyrics that list the reindeer names.

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Decorate sugar cookie cutouts every year

Carroll Pellegrinelli, Desserts/Baking Expert at About.com, has a nice recipe for the very best sugar cookies you'll ever make.